YouTube + Google y los filtros para video

Hace unas horas que Google implementó un filtro de videos para YouTube. Puntualmente, desarrolló el ‘YouTube Video Identification Beta‘. En pocos minutos se comenzaron a comentar las posibles infracciones al derecho de autor que esta misma herramienta puede significar en términos de usos legales y justos. En Public Knowledge se publicó un artículo al respecto: ‘Google Blinks, and Today the Internet is a Little Less Free’ [al castellano algo así como ‘Google pestañea, e Internet hoy es un poco menos libre’]. Gigi Sohn afirma que:

“Just a few moments ago, YouTube introduced the beta version of its “video identification” system, the purpose of which is to control the amount of infringing material that appears on the site. Under enormous pressure from movie studios and record labels and their friends on Capitol Hill to filter out copyrighted material, and with the Viacom lawsuit looming, You Tube’s parent Google has developed a tool that will likely restrict the flow of legal content over the Internet, and absolutely raises the bar for each and every entity that serves as a conduit for copyrighted works.”

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